Robbers steal 200,000 euros’ worth of fur coats from Halkidiki store


Police in Halkidiki, northern Greece, were on Friday seeking two suspects who allegedly robbed a fur store at gunpoint in the area of Kallithea on Thursday, taking off with 50 fur coats whose value was estimated at around 200,000 euros.

The assailants reportedly entered the store wearing masks and tied up the store’s 52-year-old female owner and a 33-year-old female employee before fleeing with their luxury loot in a vehicle that had been parked outside the store.